Nothing beats a bottomless brunch on a lovely Sunday in New Orleans.
If you want the mimosas on constant flow during your Sunday brunch then we’re here to help. New Orleans is the perfect place for brunch. With gorgeous patios and outdoor dining, historic restaurants, and the tastiest food in the South, NOLA has it all.
We’re not only looking for bottomless booze, we’re also looking for those small details that make brunches in NOLA that extra bit special.
Here’s 10 essential boozy brunches in New Orleans:
For the ultimate bloody mary, oder the deluxe version of the brunch favorite at Appoline. This hotspot offers $18 bottomless mimosas and bloody marys alongside an extensive brunch menu. We recommend their epic Brunch Burger, an 8oz wagyu in a brioche bun, served with muenster cheese, hollandaise, bacon marmalade, and addictive pickles.
Where: French Quarter
Yes, that’s right. New Orleans’ oldest restaurant has caught on to the modern trend of bottomless brunches. For a swanky treat, head to Antoine’s for a fabulous brunch and never-ending mimosas. The Jazz Brunch is a local favorite as well, where you can enjoy delicious flavors of the South to the sound of New Orleans.
Where: Warehouse District
Sofia is home to an extensive brunch menu that’s definitely going to make the mouth water! Their brunch is every Saturday and Sunday. It features bottomless booze, and live DJs playing house favorites. You have to try their Breakfast Pizza, topped with creamed leek, crispy speck and an egg. It’s the only meal we wish to wake up to now.
4. Broussard’s Restaurant & Courtyard
Where: French Quarter
A true New Orleans gem, Broussard’s is one of the best brunches in town. Enjoy a delicious cup of coffee on their enchanting courtyard. Enjoy their delicious brunch with bottomless mimosas and rose Friday – Sunday from 10am – 4pm. On Saturday and Sunday there’s even live jazz!
5. Toups’ Meatery
People come for the meat, but return for the bottomless brunch. At Toups’ Meatery, prepare for a feast as celebrity chef Isaac Toups and chef de cuisine Jason Lambert present an innovative brunch menu. We recommend the Buttermilk Fried Chicken Sandwich. It may become your new addiction.
For a Louisiana twist on a breakfast staple try the Softshell Crab Eggs Benedict at Katie’s. This neighborhood favorite is bound to sort out your Sunday brunch cravings.
7. Cane and Table
A French Quarter hidden gem, Cane & Table recently revamped its brunch menu to offer more flavors from the Caribbean. Make sure you check it out sometime for one of the tastiest brunches down the Quarter!
Although not necessarily bottomless, there’s quite a decent deal on bubbles and OJ. Not to mention that the restaurant is in a remodeled church that’s 100 years old! The mimosa bottle service is $20 and comes with full bottle of cava brut or rosé and a carafe of orange juice.